Non-profits (Page 8)


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    African American Policy Forum

    The African American Policy Forum is a social justice think tank focused on issues of gender and diversity. AAPF seeks to build bridges between arts, activism, and the academy in order to address structural inequality and systemic oppression.
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    African Communities Together

    African Communities Together is a 501(c)(3) immigration advocacy organization based in New York City.
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    Africare

    Africare is a Washington-based nonprofit that focuses on quality of life in Africa. The organization says it has thousands of separate projects across 36 countries on the African continent. [1] In 2016, the organization had more than $34 million in revenue and spent more than $36 million on
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    AFSCME Training and Education Institute

    AFSCME Training and Education Institute (ATEI) is a non-profit affiliated with the American Federation of State, County, and Municipal Employees (AFSCME). [20] ATEI provides training, career development, and job upgrading for employees of public agencies who are members of AFSCME. AFSCME is the largest labor union for
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    AG Foundation

    The AG Foundation (formerly the Agnes Gund Foundation) is a 501(c)(3) private foundation created by philanthropist Agnes Gund. Much of the foundation’s grantmaking goes to support the arts.
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    Ag Innovations

    Ag Innovations, also known as Ag Innovations Network, is a left-of-center organization that seeks to bring collaboration together to improve farms, communities, and ecosystems.
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    Agape Foundation

    The Agape Foundation Fund for Nonviolent Social Change was a left-of-center organization established in 1969 that helped to finance other organizations committed to nonviolent social change for over 40 years. The Agape foundation is now defunct, as it decided merge its resources with the Peace Development Fund in 2012
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    Agenda Project

    Agenda Project is a left-leaning political organization founded in 2010 by Erica Payne, co-founder of Democracy Alliance.
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    Agenda Project Action Fund

    Agenda Project Action fund is the 501(c)(4) arm of Agenda Fund, a left-leaning political advocacy organization.
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    AgroEcology Fund (AEF)

    AgroEcology Fund is a left-of-center environmentalist-aligned project that advocates for issues regarding small farms and other agricultural issues. The organization supports small farmers and opposes industrial agriculture primarily through grantmaking. [45] The organization is a fiscally sponsored project of New Venture Fund, a fiscal-sponsorship nonprofit managed by
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    AIDS Healthcare Foundation

    The AIDS Healthcare Foundation (AHF) is a California-based organization that provides medical services to people with HIV/AIDS. The organization has also funded, sponsored, and supported left-wing ballot initiatives on drug prices, housing, and other issues in California and across the country. The organization is led by one of its co-founders,
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    Akonadi Foundation

    Akonadi Foundation is a left-leaning racial equality and illegal immigration advocacy organization based in Oakland, California.
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    Al Otro Lado

    Al Otro Lado (“To the Other Side”) is a center-left immigration advocacy organization based in Los Angeles, California. The group provides low cost or pro bono legal representation and healthcare services to individuals living illegally in the United States or seeking entry into the United States, primarily in Tijuana, Mexico. The
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    Alabama Arise

    Alabama Arise is the 501(c)(4) lobbying arm of Arise Citizens’ Policy Project (ACPP), a left-of-center think tank focusing on Alabama state policy.[120] Alabama Arise commonly takes left-of-center stances on legislation that affect taxes, welfare programs, and the criminal justice system.[121] Many left-leaning groups are Alabama Arise
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    Alabama Center for Rural Enterprise

    Alabama Center for Rural Enterprise is a nonprofit environmentalist advocacy organization that focuses on infrastructure development in Alabama.
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    Alaska Center

    The Alaska Center (previously called The Alaska Center for the Environment) is a left-of-center environmental advocacy group based in Alaska. The group advocates for automatic voter registration, a carbon tax, mandating 50 percent “renewable” energy statewide by 2025, expanded taxes on oil and natural gas, and other environmentalist policies.
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    Alaska Center Education Fund (ACEF)

    The Alaska Center Education Fund (ACEF) is the 501(c)(3) arm of the Alaska Center, an environmental advocacy group. Background According to its tax records, the Alaska Center Education Fund was formed in 1971. [173] It is the fundraising arm to the Alaska Center, a 501(c)(4) environmental advocacy
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    Alaska Conservation Foundation

    Alaska Conservation Foundation (ACF) is an environmentalist group in Alaska that campaigns against resource exploitation in the state. Longtime environmentalist activists Celia Hunter and Danny Wilcher formed ACF in 1980 after Congress placed 100 million acres of Alaska land into protected status through the Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act.
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    Alaska Wilderness League

    Alaska Wilderness League is a left-leaning anti-fracking and oil drilling organization that frequently opposes plans of the Trump Administration to do so.
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    Alaskans for Better Elections (ABE)

    Alaskans for Better Elections (ABE) is a ballot committee advocating for changes to the voting process affecting state elections in Alaska. Its initiatives include ranked choice voting, open primaries, and regulating anonymous campaign speech. [201] The committee is associated with a number of people aligned with the Alaska